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By Andrew Rannells / TechCrunch / April 11, 2017 11:03:06TechCrunch / Annette M. Larkin / Andrew Ransford / Tech Crunch / April 12, 2017 14:39:58SunBath, the company behind the Asl sun bathing technology, has released a new video that shows off its new product.
The company’s CEO and cofounder, Brian D’Souza, showed off the new product in an interview with TechCrunch, describing it as a “portable solar shower” that “is designed to be worn anywhere, in any position.”
He said the solar shower was the result of “some of the most sophisticated research and development we’ve ever done.”
He added that the product was designed for people who want to be able to have a bath and shower, and that the technology could be used to help people reduce their carbon footprint and reduce energy use.
The new Asl solar shower features a lightweight, lightweight and durable body, which can be easily removed and cleaned up, and is made of carbon fiber, polyethylene, and Kevlar.
It uses “ultra thin” and “very thin” materials, according to D’Sazz.
D’Scouza also added that “the design of the solar body, the mesh, the design of its structure, and the overall aesthetic of it all, it all comes together to make this the most durable solar shower.”
D’Suffalo explained that the new Asls body “allows the user to be comfortable with the design, while also maintaining a level of protection, because of the low weight.”
He explained that Asl “takes the traditional design of a solar shower and transforms it into a sleek and elegant design that you can wear anytime.”
In addition to its solar shower, the Asls device has also been tested in the water and is currently available in the United States.
D’Sazza said the device was made with “over 150 materials” that are “comparable to the fabric of a human body.”
He added that it has a battery that lasts for four hours, can withstand 30,000 watts of electricity, and has a “waterproof” and dustproof design.
D’,Souzas new solar shower is currently being tested by the company in the ocean.
It has a temperature range of 40 degrees Fahrenheit to 140 degrees Fahrenheit.
The video also showed off a number of features that make it stand out from its competition.
For example, the device can also be used underwater, where it is “equipped with a custom designed “wet” filter.
D’,Suffalos also said that the device’s “water resistance” was tested to be “at least 95 percent.”
He said that “if you are in the shower with it, you will feel the difference.”
He also showed a series of videos showing how the Asll device “transforms” when wet, showing that it can be “swapped out” of the water for swimming, biking, or hiking.
D’/Sazz also said the new device is available in a variety of colors, with the company releasing a variety in-store and online promotions that will be available through April 30.